The National Park Service aims to:
- Use the best available scientific data and knowledge to inform decision making in regard to climate change.
- Collaborate with partners to develop, test, and distribute the best results from climate change models to inform NPS activities.
- Inventory and monitor key attributes of natural and cultural resources, and the visitor experiences likely to be impacted by climate change.
- Acquire, provide, and apply scientific information to reduce the National Park Service's carbon footprint.
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In 2010 the National Park Service began to study the link between population declines of desert bighorn sheep and the effects of climate change. Read more